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Does anyone know how to spell "Jena" or "Jena-Marie" in Korean? I cannot find it anywher?

Does anyone know how to spell "Jena" or "Jena-Marie" in Korean? I cannot find it anywher? Topic: How to write a name in korean
June 25, 2019 / By Henrie
Question: I am wanting a tattoo, but i wanted one that had some meaning to me. I am half-korean and it would mean so much to me to find my name in korean, but i cannot find it anywhere. Someone please help. It's greatly appreciated. I am wanting a tattoo that is meaningful to me, and i am half korean. The thing is, i cannot find how to write it anywhere. My name is pronounced like "Gina" but with a J. Thank you so much for helping me!
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Elishua Elishua | 9 days ago
For Marie, I wouldn't write it as the previous poster did - that would be pronounced something like Mah-lee-ay. Leave off the last two letters (the circle part and the thing that looks like an H), and it will be Mah-lee, which is closer to the way your name is actually said.
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Elishua Originally Answered: Does anyone know how to spell "Jena" or "Jena-Marie" in Korean? I cannot find it anywher?
For Marie, I wouldn't write it as the previous poster did - that would be pronounced something like Mah-lee-ay. Leave off the last two letters (the circle part and the thing that looks like an H), and it will be Mah-lee, which is closer to the way your name is actually said.

Elishua Originally Answered: Korean people , how many of your korean drama osts are writen by reality?
Osts? Osts is music soundrack ,right? yes,there is a lot of OST in k-dramas? well it's sometimes the singer that writes its own songs,sometimes not. Confused about the ost thing in your question lol,what does it have to do w/ your question? .. Anyway,yes,sometimes the way the story in dramas are written,i got to say is a little bit exagerated,but see..the rich guy,poor girl plot,kind of happens in real life. It's just cos when you're watching a drama on the net it usually takes you from 2-3 days to watch it,but if the story in the drama,the whole plot really happened IN REAL LIFE in,it would take longer,like 3-6 years. For e.g Boys over flowers,if a story like that happened in real life,the whole plot in itself takes more than 4 years.(gu jun pyo went america for4 years at the end,can u imagine??? because it's a drama you only see the good side of it,but you know how hard it is to be away from your other half for 4 years! But see,people don't focus on that in the drama) . So,its not like in drama everything is perfect,they're always happy blablabla..no..they have to wait a loong time to have the "happy ending". They have to go through a lot of hardships before. So,to summarize,dramas sometimes seems exagerated because it's like everything happens so fast in dramas and we think it's so perfect or too fake,but ifwe think of someof the things the character goes through,we'd be able to relate and see it more realistically. I don't really know how to explain it. But,i believe stuff like when a couple have to fight for their love ,do happens in real life. When your parent doesnt approve of your relationship and so on.A lot of dramas are very realistic,like Autumn's tale/Heartstrings/ BOF..the hardships they have to go through happens to some people in real life.And Playful kiss,people who have been in love or had a major crush on someone would OBVIOUSLY relate,especially if it's one-sided love. And obviously in dramas,there have to be some kind of "realistic-ness" to it,otherwise the target audience would lose interest and would not be able to relate,it's only pure fantasy drama that are obviously not realistic at all. Anyway,thats just my opinion,hope i helped somehow ^^
Elishua Originally Answered: Korean people , how many of your korean drama osts are writen by reality?
uh, first of all, 'LOL'. I'm Korean myself and I think all Korean dramas are B******t. None of what's in dramas come close to reality, they're all made up stories, and they tend to exaggerate 100% of the time. Except this drama called Lights and Shadows, that one is based on how screwed up our whole government was back in the 1980's and 90's.
Elishua Originally Answered: Korean people , how many of your korean drama osts are writen by reality?
The media is meant to entertain and exaggerate things in order to keep it's viewers interested. I guess some people cannot differentiate between reality and the media.

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